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Author:  Wayne Stollings [ Tue Jun 12, 2007 3:33 pm ]
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Tombstone is good, but I still like Big Jake better .... the opening scene with the sheepherder and the cowboy bully was great :wink:

Author:  Origam [ Tue Jun 12, 2007 3:48 pm ]
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Wayne Stollings wrote:
Archer wrote:
Origam wrote:
Archer wrote:
:?

Don't tell me you don't know what MST3K is...


No clue.....

I'm off to quote a real movie with Steve. This could take awhile.


Mystery Science Theater 3000 !!!!!!

*sigh* Another one thats married.. damnit. :)

Author:  Archer [ Tue Jun 12, 2007 4:39 pm ]
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Wayne Stollings wrote:
Archer wrote:
Origam wrote:
Archer wrote:
:?

Don't tell me you don't know what MST3K is...


No clue.....

I'm off to quote a real movie with Steve. This could take awhile.


Mystery Science Theater 3000 !!!!!!


Oh, I've actually seen one of those.

Author:  Archer [ Tue Jun 12, 2007 4:40 pm ]
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Wayne Stollings wrote:
Tombstone is good, but I still like Big Jake better .... the opening scene with the sheepherder and the cowboy bully was great :wink:


Big Jake is good.....but not better.

Author:  jhawk [ Fri Jun 15, 2007 8:59 am ]
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There could indeed be a Bermuda triangle here, the way we are losing our bearings ref the original topic !


:lol: :lol: :lol:

Author:  Archer [ Fri Jun 15, 2007 10:28 am ]
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jhawk wrote:
There could indeed be a Bermuda triangle here, the way we are losing our bearings ref the original topic !


:lol: :lol: :lol:


That's a natural thing around here.

Author:  Origam [ Fri Jun 15, 2007 12:07 pm ]
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Us.. go offtopic? No way!

Speaking of which, I think my desk is the Bermuda Triangle.. I somehow managed to lose the spreadsheet I was working on yesterday.

Author:  jhawk [ Sun Jun 17, 2007 2:42 pm ]
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Origam wrote:
Us.. go offtopic? No way!

Speaking of which, I think my desk is the Bermuda Triangle.. I somehow managed to lose the spreadsheet I was working on yesterday.


Now then....don't think I'm a 'nut' or 'losing my marbles', but this really works.
If you can't find something, just say "St. Anthony please help me to find....," and within a few mins. I guarantee you'll most likely find it !!

I'm not religious, but there is only one time St. Ant has let me down.

Try it !


:lol: :lol: :lol:

Author:  Archer [ Mon Jun 18, 2007 9:20 am ]
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Who is St. Anthony?

Author:  jhawk [ Mon Jun 18, 2007 9:55 am ]
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Archer wrote:
Who is St. Anthony?






" NEARLY EVERYWHERE St. Anthony is asked to intercede with God for the return of things lost or stolen. Those who feel very familiar with him may pray, "Tony, Tony, turn around. Something's lost and must be found."

The reason for invoking St. Anthony's help in finding lost or stolen things is traced back to an incident in his own life. As the story goes, Anthony had a book of psalms that was very important to him. Besides the value of any book before the invention of printing, the psalter had the notes and comments he had made to use in teaching students in his Franciscan Order.

A novice who had already grown tired of living religious life decided to depart the community. Besides going AWOL he also took Anthony's psalter! Upon realizing his psalter was missing, Anthony prayed it would be found or returned to him. And after his prayer the thieving novice was moved to return the psalter to Anthony and return to the Order which accepted him back. Legend has embroidered this story a bit. It has the novice stopped in his flight by a horrible devil brandishing an ax and threatening to trample him underfoot if he did not immediately return the book. Obviously a devil would hardly command anyone to do something good. But the core of the story would seem to be true. And the stolen book is said to be preserved in the Franciscan friary in Bologna.

In any event, shortly after his death people began praying through Anthony to find or recover lost and stolen articles. And the Responsory of St. Anthony composed by his contemporary, Julian of Spires, O.F.M., proclaims, "The sea obeys and fetters break/And lifeless limbs thou dost restore/While treasures lost are found again/When young or old thine aid implore."

Author:  Archer [ Mon Jun 18, 2007 11:38 am ]
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So people actually pray to Anthony instead of God Himself? Wow. I've seen what middle men do. I'll just pray directly to God.

Author:  jhawk [ Mon Jun 18, 2007 11:44 am ]
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Archer wrote:
So people actually pray to Anthony instead of God Himself? Wow. I've seen what middle men do. I'll just pray directly to God.


I'm not a Catholic, but I believe people pray to the saints who...they hope...will intercede on their behalf. 'Praying' to St. Anthony is not a serious matter as far as I am concerned, it is more like saying " Oh God , what did I do with that....?"

I agree about the ' middle men' bit. Possibly explains why I am not a Catholic !

:lol:

Author:  Origam [ Mon Jun 18, 2007 1:55 pm ]
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I wonder if God planned the Bermuda Triangle to mess with our heads...

Author:  Archer [ Mon Jun 18, 2007 4:19 pm ]
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Origam wrote:
I wonder if God planned the Bermuda Triangle to mess with our heads...


That's possible.

Author:  Origam [ Mon Jun 18, 2007 7:07 pm ]
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Archer wrote:
That's possible.

Hmm... I know a few people who are related to the Bermuda Triangle then.

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